NaNoWriMo! BRB! November 6th, 2017, 1:16 am
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It's November! That means I'm busy trying to get 50 000 words of a story onto paper... or the computer screen, rather.
The regular comics will continue next week, have no fear.
If you are doing your own NaNoWriMo novel, let me know! I love hearing how others are doing. And if you're not, but think that this seems like only a mildly insane challenge and that you might want to give it a go, this is the link you want to go to http://nanowrimo.org/

Also, I've got a Patreon over here https://www.patreon.com/zenat and I've added a new reward tier - character portraits.

Posted @ November 2nd, 2017, 4:19 pm

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Reader Comments:

Oh man, me too. Strongly doubt I’ll manage this year though. Started last year (thanks to you, as it happens) and finished just barely. This year I’m way more busy and only have about 700 so far. Oh well. Good luck anyway. I hope you do better than me

Posted @ November 6th, 2017, 11:58 am


@Norwegian: Ah! I'm so glad to hear that I was able to spread the good word of furiously typing! 700 is a start, and no matter what it's 700 more than you had before this November. I've managed to reach 17k, but my friend who is usually way behind is at 21k and it is getting to me big time haha On the plus side, that one character who was way behind all the rest is catching up to them.

Posted @ November 6th, 2017, 3:58 pm


good luck!

Posted @ November 7th, 2017, 5:37 am


I do NaNo every year. and most years I fail horrendously. Specially over the last few years during my never-ending-probably-permanent writing block.

Posted @ November 10th, 2017, 9:37 pm


@Shaleene: I have a real hard time putting fingers to keyboard and getting something written most of the year. November is... different for me. It's when I get to just write crap, so much crap, the quality doesn't matter, so long as I get those words out. In my experience it also helps to have a friendly competition with someone who keeps about the same pace as you - they wrote 600 words today? Then you are doing 601, minimum, etc.
I sincerely hope you keep going, and tackle your lost inspiration roughly when you find it hiding further up the road. It had no business running off like that on you.

Posted @ November 11th, 2017, 10:52 am